PANORAMA

Panorama Mountain Village is known for its immense mountain and true slope-side lodging. With close to 3,000 acres of lift-serviced terrain and one of the biggest verticals in North America, you might just have an entire run to yourself, no lift line-ups and no crowds. You can enjoy the long, groomed, cruisey blues or hit Taynton Bowl for pure powder. Taynton Bowl features almost 1,000 acres of a backcountry environment, including chutes, glades, and gullies. Long, cruising runs groomed to perfection will thrill skiers and riders of all abilities, on the front side of the mountain, and an expert and an intermediate terrain park round out the mountain’s offerings with rails and tabletops.

The intimate village has a variety of restaurants, retail shops, pubs, and cafés. There is also free access to the hot pools for all resort guests, an on-mountain massage and spa, plus a calendar packed full of events and activities. Panorama offers one of the easiest mountain resort holidays you’ll ever experience.

The nightlife and après-ski options in Panorama are vast, with hot pools and many bars and restaurants to choose from. The open-air hot pools are located at the Panorama Springs Lodge and are open from 10 am to 10 pm daily. A perfect opportunity to rest those legs and get ready for another day of skiing. Panorama offers many relaxation opportunities that will ensure to enhance your after-skiing experience. At T-Bar & Grill, enjoy a nice cold pint and live gigs. The Mountain Hut, located at the top of Panorama Mountain, offers an elevated experience for après.

Panorama offers a wide range of activities for everyone, making this intimate resort an extremely appealing holiday destination.

Mountain Terrain:

Beginner

15%

Intermediate

35%

Advanced

   50%   

Skiing Hours:

9am – 4pm

Summit Elevation:

2,450m (8,038 ft)

Vertical Drop:

1,300m (4,265 ft)

Skiable Area:

2,975+ patrolled acres

Average Snowfall:

500cm (16.33 ft)

Vertical Drop:

1,300 m 

Snowboarders:

Snowboarder Friendly

Lift Information:

  • 1 Village Gondola
  • 2 Express Quad Chairs
  • 2 Quad Chairs
  • 1 Triple Chair
  • 1 Double Chair
  • 1 Platter
  • 2 Carpet lifts

Trails:

135+ runs. Longest run: 6.5km “Never Never Land” in Taynton Bowl.

Notes:

Located in the province of British Columbia, 308 km west of Calgary, Alberta. Take the Trans Canada Highway west and then Highway 93 south to Invermere, B.C. Panorama is 18 km west of Invermere. Two terrain parks. 

All images are photo courtesy of Panorama Mountain Resort